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Compressing images

Most photos are taken at a very large size and resolution, so that they can be used for a variety of purposes. Every time you add an image to your Word document, the full size of the graphic is added to your file size. For example, if you insert a 2 megabyte picture, your Word document grows by 2 megabytes. If you have a lot of graphics, your file size can become unwieldy. It can make Word slowdown or even crash and it can make it impossible to email your file. Compressing your images allows you to specify the quality of the graphics, so that you can discard extra pixels, keeping your file size as small as possible.

If you're going to apply artistic effects to your pictures, compress them first, so that you don't reduce the quality of your special effects. Before we perform our compression, let's go and take a look at our file size and I'm in Chapter 10 of my Exercise Files and I can see that this file is 7000 kilobytes or 7.66 megabytes. Now once we compress ...

Compressing images
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Compressing images provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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